Publisher: I. B. Tauris (September 3, 2006)
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With the Israeli-Palestinian Peace approach nonetheless unresolved, the leading Minister of the rising Palestinian nation, Ahmed Qurie, unveils for the 1st time his list of the 1993 Oslo negotiations which ended in this aspect. The charismatic Qurie, often referred to as Abu Ala, was once pivotal to the Oslo and post-Oslo talks, and the true, if risky, friendships he shaped together with his Israeli opposite numbers Uri Savir and Shimon Peres helped create a primary shift in each side' conception of the opposite. Qurie's tale bargains a long-awaited standpoint at the protracted and sometimes nail-biting negotiations which replaced the center East without end. the problems which the Oslo talks got here so with regards to, yet eventually failed in, resolving -- specifically refugees, borders, defense, Jerusalem, are actually once more at the negotiating desk. during this context, Qurie's candid account of mystery offers, hoarsely-argued compromises and astonshing voltes-faces assumes large value not just for historians yet for these shaping the way forward for Palestine and the peace technique. From Oslo to Palestine is not just an quintessential checklist, but additionally a compelling narrative of the drama, emotion and personalities in the back of a turning-point within the historical past of the trendy heart East.